Neurology diagnostics, revolutionized
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Mayo Clinic neurologists will be available April 23-26 at booth 1955 from 12-1 p.m. Stop by to meet the experts who designed and implemented this testing.
Clinically backed neurology and neurogenetics testing
Powered by expertise from our research labs, clinical labs, and clinical practice, Mayo Clinic Laboratories has developed panels customized to address specific autoimmune neurology and neurogenetic phenotypes. For patients with neurologic conditions, this testing can provide live-changing answers.
Connect with us at the American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting to learn how our evaluations can inform your clinical practice. Schedule a one-on-one session with our representatives to learn about:
The latest in neurology and neurogenetic testing
Our phenotype-specific evaluations deliver a clear picture of the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment options for patients. We also continuously integrate antibody discoveries, including Ma2, which is linked to underlying cancer in most patients and involves rapid neurological damage.
Our Alzheimer’s disease evaluations use cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers to achieve a high concordance with amyloid PET scans. Our methodology ensures fast results and provides new hope for correctly diagnosing and managing Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
Using next-generation sequencing, our neuromuscular gene panel enables optimal mutation detection and interpretation. Recent updates to our evaluation ensure we offer a more comprehensive phenotype analysis than other tests on the market, with 217 genes analyzed.
Our testing is backed by a multidisciplinary team of clinical peripheral neuropathy experts, laboratory scientists, and genetic counselors. Compared to other available neuropathy panels, ours analyzes an additional 60 carefully vetted genes.
Articles and resources
Zhiyv (Neal) Niu, Ph.D., and Christopher Klein, M.D., explain how Mayo Clinic Laboratories' updated neuromuscular gene panel informs diagnosis and treatment. The phenotype-based panel covers the complete list of neuromuscular genes and their variants.
In this month's "Hot Topic," Christopher Klein, M.D., and Zhiyv (Neal) Niu, Ph.D., discuss how Mayo Clinic’s neuropathy and neuromuscular gene panels have enhanced patient care.
In this month's "Hot Topic," Eoin Flanagan, M.B., B. Ch., discusses the important issue of autoimmune encephalitis misdiagnosis and identifies red flags that be useful in clinical practice to suggest alternative diagnoses and highlight antibodies that sometimes cause confusion.